Nanny 'n Me

The loved nanny enrichment program that up-skills your nanny in early childhood development. WELCOME
Welcome to the Natal Midlands branch of Nanny 'n Me.

My name is Amy Humphries and I am an Occupational Therapist....

If you have any questions about groups in the following areas, please feel free to send me a message. Hilton, Howick, Pietermaritzburg etc. HISTORY
Nanny ‘n Me was started in April 2012 by Lara Schoenfeld, an Occupational Therapist and mom of two boys in Cape Town. Out of a passion for creativity, little people and nannies, as well a

02/07/2024

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M is for Meals

Busy moms know that the end of the day can be especially stressful, juggling tiredness and the desire to bond with their children. One solution to simplify dinnertime is using a meal planner centered around a weekly protein schedule. Here’s why this can be a game-changer:

Simplify Planning: By assigning a different protein to each day (e.g., chicken on Mondays, beef on Tuesdays), you reduce decision fatigue and streamline meal prep. 🍗

Batch Buying and Cooking: A protein-focused meal plan allows you to buy in bulk, saving both time and money. Batch cooking on weekends can further ease the weekday rush. 🛒

Online Shopping: Using a meal planner makes online grocery shopping more efficient. You know exactly what you need, avoiding impulse buys and ensuring you have all ingredients on hand. 🛍️

Balanced Nutrition: Ensuring a variety of proteins throughout the week helps provide a balanced diet for your family, supporting their growth and health. 🥦

Bonding Time: With a meal plan in place, you spend less time stressing over what to cook and more time enjoying dinner with your children. ❤️

Give a protein-focused meal planner a try to make dinnertime smoother and more enjoyable for both you and your family. Happy planning! 🎉

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Thank you to all who entered our giveaway, we are excited to announce our winners! 🌱🌸

, , and are our three winners, chosen randomly! They will each receive x2 Sorbet vouchers - so that they can take their nannies to joing them for a special treat. 💅

Congratulations, ladies! 😍

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M is for Milestones 🎉

Tracking your baby's milestones is crucial as they offer important clues about their development. In the first few years, children go through rapid growth in physical, social, and cognitive abilities. Here's a quick guide for busy moms to keep track of these vital signs of progress:

1. Developmental Clues: Milestones help you understand your child’s development compared to typical peers. Regular check-ins with your pediatrician can help spot any early signs of developmental delays. 🩺

2. Key Milestones: From smiling and sitting up to walking and talking, each milestone indicates your child is learning new skills. Celebrate these small victories to encourage their growth. 🎈

3. Active Participation: Engage in activities that stimulate your child’s brain. Simple actions like talking, reading, and playing with your child contribute significantly to their development. 📚🎶

4. Concerns and Guidance: If you notice your child isn’t meeting milestones, don't panic. Consult your pediatrician for advice and possible early intervention programs. 🧸

Remember, every child develops at their own pace. Regular monitoring and positive reinforcement can make a significant difference in their developmental journey.

For more detailed guidance, visit the CDC’s Milestone Tracker.

20/06/2024

L is for Lean on Others

Being a working mom with young children can be incredibly demanding. It's crucial to recognize that seeking and accepting help isn't a sign of weakness but a practical way to manage your responsibilities effectively.

Moms often face immense pressure to do everything on their own, but research shows that having a robust support system significantly improves overall well-being and reduces stress. Whether it’s asking family members for help, relying on friends, or employing a skilled nanny, sharing the load allows you to be more present and engaged when you are with your child.

Building a community around you, much like the supportive network military spouses create, can provide the encouragement and assistance needed to navigate the challenges of motherhood. Don't hesitate to lean on others—whether it's for childcare, emotional support, or simply a listening ear. By doing so, you're not only taking care of yourself but also setting a positive example for your children about the importance of community and cooperation.

Remember, it’s perfectly okay to ask for help. No one is meant to do it all alone, and your well-being is essential for your family’s happiness and stability.

12/06/2024

✨ Raising Awareness for Our Exceptional Nannies! ✨

Moms, is your nanny your Hero at Home? We have a competition running on our instagram page where three lucky winners will be drawn randomly, and you and your nanny will enjoy a relaxing Sorbet manicure together! 💅

https://www.instagram.com/nannynmesa/

Let's stand in solidarity as we celebrate these incredible women – our who run households and care for our children while we work and parent.

Let's honour the amazing nannies who make our lives easier and our homes happier.

05/06/2024

Join the loved nanny play training program that sets your child up for success in their earliest years. Visit www.nannynme.co.za to BOOK your FREE session.

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27/05/2024

🌟 K is for Kindness: Tuning into Your Inner Voice 💖✨

Hey moms, let's talk about a crucial but often overlooked relationship – the one we have with ourselves. While we attune deeply to our children's needs and emotions, we often neglect to tune in to our own bodies and inner voice. It's time to show ourselves the same compassion and care we give to our little ones.

👶 Attuning to Our Children: As moms, we're masters at reading our children's cues. We can tell when they're hungry, tired, or in need of comfort with just a glance. We respond with love and empathy, meeting their needs with unwavering dedication.

🌸 The Neglected Connection: But when it comes to our own bodies and emotions, we often tune out. We push through fatigue, ignore physical discomfort, and silence our inner voice telling us to slow down. We prioritize everyone else's well-being above our own.

💖 The Power of Self-Compassion: It's time to shift the focus inward and show ourselves the kindness we so freely give to others. Just as we would comfort a crying child, we can comfort ourselves in times of need. Self-compassion is the cornerstone of self-care.

🌿 Tuning into Your Inner Voice: Start by listening to your body's whispers. Are you feeling tense? Fatigued? Anxious? These are your body's way of communicating its needs. Slow down, take a deep breath, and honor what your body is telling you.

🌟 Embrace the Contrast: While we excel at attuning to our children, let's also make it a priority to attune to ourselves. By nurturing our own well-being, we become better equipped to care for those we love. It's not selfish; it's essential.

🌈 Takeaway Tip: Today, make a commitment to tune in to yourself with the same love and attentiveness you show your children. Practice self-compassion, listen to your body's wisdom, and prioritize your own well-being. You deserve it, mama. 💕✨

How does this resonate with your journey of self-care and self-compassion?

24/05/2024

Did you know that you're a genius?

23/05/2024

Join a weekly play group for your baby and their nanny to play and learn together. Groups all over South Africa, online training too! Nannies receive certificates for each module.

Don't delay - your baby grows so fast. Inspired Nanny. Thriving Child. Confident Parent.

www.nannynme.co.za

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Much fun was had and new friendships made at our Mom Meetup with Lara Schoenfeld in Cape Town and Stellenbosch. We discussed the joys and challenges of motherhood, laughing together and bonding over great coffee. Lara took us through some powerful exercises that helped us reframe our preconceptions of a 'great mom', and helped guide us to prioritising what truly matters in our relationships with our little ones. Thank you to all who joined us!

21/05/2024

🌟 K is for Kisses: Nurturing Your Child's Heart Language 💕💋

Hey parents, let's talk about the power of kisses and how they speak volumes in the language of love! 💖💬 As we shower our little ones with affection, it's essential to recognize and honor their unique emotional needs, just like Gary Chapman's theory of love languages suggests.

💞 The Love Language Lens: According to Chapman, each child has a primary love language through which they perceive and receive love. These languages include words of affirmation, quality time, acts of service, physical touch, and receiving gifts.

💬 Understanding Your Child: Pay attention to how your child expresses love and responds to affection. Do they light up when you cuddle them? Are they always eager for one-on-one time with you? These cues offer insights into their love language.

💋 Speaking Their Language: Once you've identified your child's love language, tailor your expressions of love to resonate with their heart. For a child who thrives on physical touch, kisses, hugs, and snuggles are like fuel for their emotional tank.

🎁 Gifts of the Heart: Some children feel most loved when they receive thoughtful gifts or tokens of affection. It's not about the material value but the sentiment behind the gesture that speaks volumes.

👂 Words that Heal: Words of affirmation are like magic for children who thrive on praise and encouragement. Take the time to affirm their strengths, celebrate their achievements, and reassure them of your unconditional love.

⏰ Time Well Spent: Quality time is precious for children who crave undivided attention from their caregivers. Whether it's reading together, playing games, or simply chatting about their day, make meaningful connections a priority.

💖 Takeaway Tip: As you shower your child with kisses, remember to speak their love language too. By tuning into their emotional needs and expressing love in ways that resonate with their heart, you create a nurturing environment where they feel seen, valued, and deeply cherished. 💕✨

How does this resonate with your experiences in nurturing your child's emotional well-being?

17/05/2024

Join the loved nanny play training program that sets your child up for success in their earliest years. Visit www.nannynme.co.za to BOOK your FREE session.

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16/05/2024

J is for Juggling Act 🤹‍♀️💫

Hey busy moms, let's talk about the delicate juggling act we perform every day! 🎪⚖️ When it comes to balancing work, family, and everything in between, it's essential to know which balls are made of rubber and which are as delicate as glass.

🎈 Rubber Balls:
Some responsibilities are resilient and bounce back when dropped. These are your everyday tasks like laundry, groceries, and minor work deadlines. While they're important, they can withstand a little flexibility in timing.

🏆 Glass Balls:
Others, like quality time with your children, self-care, and crucial work commitments, are as fragile as glass. Dropping these can have lasting consequences. Prioritize these balls above all else and handle them with care.

⏰ Time Management Magic:
Identify your glass balls and allocate dedicated time and attention to them. Schedule them into your day just like you would a work meeting or doctor's appointment. Guard this time fiercely and don't let lesser priorities steal its spotlight.

🌟 Embrace Imperfection:
Remember, it's okay to drop a few rubber balls now and then. Perfection is an illusion, and striving for it only adds unnecessary stress. Embrace imperfection, forgive yourself for the occasional slip-up, and keep on juggling with grace.

💪 You've Got This:
You're a master juggler, mama, and you've got this! Trust yourself to navigate the ups and downs of the juggling act with poise and determination. Your resilience and ability to prioritize will see you through any challenge.

🌈 Takeaway Tip: Take a moment to assess your juggling routine. Are you prioritizing your glass balls and giving them the attention they deserve? Adjust your focus as needed, and watch your juggling act become a dazzling display of balance and harmony. 💖✨

How does this resonate with your experiences as a busy working mom?

08/05/2024

Why are children so different? Which cup is your child?

07/05/2024

J is for Just Say Thanks: Recognizing the Power of Appreciation

In the realm of employee satisfaction, one simple phrase holds remarkable power: "Thank you." Research consistently shows that feeling appreciated in the workplace has a profound impact on employee morale, motivation, and performance. So, how does this translate to the invaluable work of our nannies?

🤝 The Appreciation Advantage: Studies reveal that employees who feel valued and appreciated are more engaged, loyal, and committed to their work. Expressing gratitude creates a positive work environment where everyone feels seen and respected.

🌟 Boosting Morale and Motivation: When nannies receive genuine appreciation from the families they serve, it fuels their passion and dedication to their role. A heartfelt ""thank you"" acknowledges their hard work and reinforces their sense of purpose in nurturing and shaping young minds.

💼 Fostering Trust and Connection: Appreciation builds trust and strengthens the bond between employers and nannies. It creates a culture of mutual respect and collaboration, where open communication and support flourish.

🚀 Elevating Performance: Research suggests that employees who feel appreciated are more likely to go above and beyond in their duties. By recognizing the contributions of our nannies, we empower them to excel in providing exceptional care and support to our children.

💖 Takeaway Tip: As working mothers, let's make it a priority to express gratitude to our nannies for their dedication, compassion, and hard work. A heartfelt ""thank you"" goes a long way in nurturing a positive and fulfilling working relationship. 💕

05/05/2024

🌟 I is for Individual Differences: Embracing Your Unique Journey 🌈💖

In the world of parenting, it's easy to fall into the comparison trap. From milestone moments to parenting styles, we're bombarded with standards that seem impossible to meet. But here's the truth: Every child is different, and so is every mom's journey.

🌸 The Myth of Comparison: It's tempting to measure our worth against others, but comparison steals our joy and undermines our confidence. Remember, there's no one-size-fits-all approach to parenting.

🌟 Celebrating Uniqueness: Just as our children have individual differences, so do we as moms. Embracing our strengths, quirks, and imperfections is a powerful act of self-love. Your journey is yours alone, and that's something to celebrate.

💖 Support, Not Judgment: Instead of comparing, let's support each other on this rollercoaster ride of motherhood. Sharing our experiences, struggles, and triumphs creates a community of solidarity and understanding.

🚀 Your Path, Your Pace: Just like in the workplace, we know that different profiles thrive in different environments. Play to your strengths as a mom, trust your instincts, and do what feels right for you and your child. Your intuition is your greatest guide.

🌈 Takeaway Tip: Next time you find yourself scrolling through social media or comparing notes with other moms, pause and remind yourself: You are enough, just as you are. Embrace your unique journey, and let go of the need to measure up. 💕✨

04/05/2024

So excited to have an article featured in Your Pregnancy and Baby! Be sure to grab your copy of the April/May issue to read Lara's article "Find the Perfect Nanny" 😃⭐

24/04/2024

Today we celebrate 12 years since Nanny 'n Me founder, Lara Schoenfeld, held our first ever group! Thank you to all the parents, nannies, and little ones who have supported us throughout the years. What a joy it has been to see so many nannies upskilled, and little ones flourish over the years. A huge shoutout to all the hardworking facilitators and franchise owners who have allowed us to bring Nanny 'n Me to so many different locations across SA, Zimbabwe, and even the Middle East. We look forward to see what the next year of Nanny 'n Me brings.

23/04/2024

Just like no two snowflakes are alike, no two babies are exactly the same, even if they share the same age. There are several factors that contribute to this individuality, and one of them is their sensory profile, as described by Dunn.

When we talk about sensory profile, we're referring to how babies experience the world through their senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell. Just like adults, babies can have different sensitivities to these sensations. For example, one baby might be very sensitive to loud noises, while another might not mind them at all. Some babies might love being cuddled and touched, while others might prefer more space.

Get a free copy of our Sensory Recipes booklet here: https://nannynme.co.za/wp/why-mess-is-best/

18/04/2024

Carrying around guilt as mothers can be harmful for several reasons:

1. Emotional Well-being:
Constant guilt can take a toll on your emotional well-being. It contributes to feelings of stress, anxiety, and sadness, impacting your overall mental health.

2. Strained Relationships:
Guilt can lead to strained relationships, both with your children and others. Constant self-blame might make you more irritable, less patient, or withdrawn, affecting the quality of your interactions. Healthy relationships thrive on positive energy and understanding.

3. Impact on Parenting:
Guilt can distort your perception of your parenting abilities. It may prevent you from recognizing your strengths and the positive impact you have on your children. This distortion can hinder your ability to be present and engaged in parenting. It undermines your self-confidence as a mother. It creates a negative narrative that can erode your belief in your parenting capabilities.

4. Physical Health Effects:
Prolonged guilt and stress can manifest in physical health issues. Chronic stress is linked to various health problems, including headaches, digestive issues, and sleep disturbances. You can also lack focus and feeling proactive.

5. Modelling Behaviour for Children:
Children are keen observers, and they learn from the behaviour modelled by their parents. Constantly carrying guilt may inadvertently teach your children to be overly self-critical or perfectionistic. Demonstrating self-compassion is a valuable lesson for them.
6. Diminished Enjoyment of Motherhood:
Guilt has the power to overshadow the joy and fulfilment that motherhood can bring. It's important to savour the precious moments with your children and appreciate the positive aspects of your parenting journey.

It's crucial for mothers to recognize that perfection is an unattainable standard, and occasional mistakes or shortcomings are part of the parenting journey. Practicing self-compassion, seeking support when needed, and letting go of unnecessary guilt can contribute to a healthier and more fulfilling experience of motherhood. Remember, you're doing the best you can, and that is more than enough. 💖

15/04/2024

A very big thank you to all the parents, nannies, and little ones who participated in this year’s baking competition. We wish we could send prizes to you all, as every single post warmed our hearts!

We so love that so many of you engaged in messy play and embraced the sensory journey of baking. We hope that this will become a favourite activity in your households!

We have chosen 5 winners at random with a name picker, big congratulations to the 5 of you! We hope your nannies and little ones love the prizes.

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"Good enough parenting" is a concept introduced by paediatrician and psychoanalyst Winnicott. It emphasizes that parents don't need to be perfect; rather, they should aim for being "good enough" in meeting their child's needs. Here's why embracing the idea of good enough parenting is essential for working moms grappling with mommy guilt:

1. Realistic Expectations:
Good enough parenting recognizes that perfection is an unrealistic standard. It acknowledges that moms, especially those juggling work and family, may face challenges and limitations. Setting more achievable goals helps moms maintain a healthier perspective on their parenting journey.

2. Resilience and Adaptability:
Embracing imperfections fosters resilience in both moms and their children. Life is full of uncertainties, and good enough parenting allows moms to adapt to various situations without being overly self-critical. It's about navigating the challenges with grace rather than expecting flawless ex*****on.

3. Quality Over Quantity:
Working moms often grapple with time constraints. Good enough parenting reassures moms that the quality of interactions matters more than the quantity. Moments of genuine connection, love, and support contribute significantly to a child's well-being.

4. Encourages Self-Compassion:
Mommy guilt can stem from unrealistically high self-expectations. Embracing good enough parenting encourages self-compassion. Moms can acknowledge that they're doing their best given the circumstances, fostering a positive and supportive inner dialogue.

5. Promotes Independence in Children:
Aiming for perfection can inadvertently stifle a child's independence. Good enough parenting allows children to navigate challenges, make mistakes, and learn from experiences. It promotes a healthy level of autonomy and resilience in children.

6. Focus on Emotional Connection:
The heart of good enough parenting lies in emotional connection. It's about being attuned to a child's emotional needs, providing love, and creating a secure attachment. These emotional bonds often have a more profound and lasting impact than striving for perfection in every aspect of parenting.

In essence, good enough parenting is a compassionate and realistic approach that acknowledges the challenges of modern parenting. It empowers working moms to release the burden of perfection, embrace their efforts, and find joy in the imperfect, beautiful journey of raising their children. Remember, it's okay not to be perfect; it's okay to be good enough.

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Last chance to enter our baking competition! Entries close Friday 12 April 🧁😃 Happy Baking!

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👶 Unlocking the Brain's Wonders in 1000 Days! 🧠✨ Did you know? The first thousand days of a baby's life are like a magical journey for their brain. Here’s what’s happening:

1. **Synaptic Symphony:** 🎻🧠 In these precious days, a baby's brain is a symphony of neural connections forming at lightning speed. Each connection lays the groundwork for future learning, behavior, and overall well-being.

2. **Sensory Marvels:** 👀🎉 The senses take centre stage! Every touch, sound, and sight contributes to wiring the brain for a lifetime of perception and interaction. It's the backstage pass to a world of discovery.

3. **Language Lights up:** 🗣️🎈 Language skills take their first steps. Exposure to a language-rich environment during these days sets the stage for fluent communication and a lifelong love for words.

4. **Emotional Rollercoaster:** 💖🎢 Emotional foundations are crafted with love and care. Positive interactions and secure attachments pave the way for emotional resilience, empathy, and rock-solid relationships.

5. **Critical Windows:** ⌛🔍 Critical periods emerge, offering unique opportunities for learning. The brain becomes a sponge, soaking in experiences that shape cognitive abilities, language learning, and so much more.
How your baby is cared for lays the foundation for a future full of possibility

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F is for Flashcards

The idea that flashcards can significantly contribute to the development of skills in young babies or toddlers has been questioned by various experts, including those presented in the book ""Einstein Never Used Flashcards"" by Golinkoff, Hirsh-Pasek, and Eyer. Here's a summary of why flashcards may not be the best tool for early childhood development:

1. **Lack of Contextual Learning:**
Flashcards present isolated information without context. Young children learn best through meaningful experiences and connections to the world around them. Real-life experiences, interactions, and play provide a richer context for learning compared to memorizing isolated facts from flashcards that don’t carry over to real life experiences.

2. **Limited Engagement and Interaction:**
Babies and toddlers thrive on social interactions and engagement with their environment. Flashcards, do not offer the same level of engagement and interaction as hands-on, exploratory activities. Interactive experiences contribute more effectively to the development of social, cognitive, and motor skills.

3. **Early Pressure and Stress:**
Introducing flashcards at a very young age can inadvertently create pressure and stress for both the child and the parents. Early childhood should be a time for exploration, curiosity, and joy in learning, rather than a formalized, structured approach that may lead to anxiety.

4. **Play-Based Learning:**
Research suggests that play-based learning is crucial for the development of various skills in young children. Play allows children to explore their 3D not 2D world, experiment, and discover at their own pace, fostering creativity, problem-solving abilities, and social skills. Flashcards, in contrast, may limit the child's natural inclination to explore through play.

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🌟 Nurturing a Positive Nanny Connection: Top 3 Tips for Moms with a Nanny 🌈💖
Building a strong and trusting relationship with your nanny is key to creating a harmonious environment for your little ones. Here are three top tips to foster a great connection:

**1. Open Communication: Create a foundation of open and transparent communication. Regularly check in with your nanny to discuss your child's routines, preferences, and any updates. Encourage them to share their experiences, challenges, and suggestions. A collaborative approach ensures everyone is on the same page, fostering a supportive and communicative bond. Use our daily communication sheets to help. *To get our Daily Communication Sheets, go to www.goingbacktowork.co.za and sign up for FREE to get this and other valuable assets, as well as our FREE Going Back to Work mini course to watch in your own time.

**2. Set Clear Expectations: Establish clear expectations from the beginning. Clearly outline responsibilities, daily routines, and any specific preferences you have for your child's care. This clarity helps your nanny feel confident in their role and ensures a consistent approach to childcare. Many nannies revert to house cleaning to show you ‘they have done something all day’ – be very specific in what daily, weekly and monthly household chores (if any) you would like her to focus on when she can.

**3. Show Appreciation and Recognition: Expressing gratitude goes a long way in creating a positive atmosphere. Acknowledge your nanny's hard work, dedication, and the positive impact they have on your child's life. Whether through verbal appreciation, occasional surprises, or even a simple thank-you note, recognizing their efforts reinforces a sense of value and strengthens the bond between you and your nanny.💐👶

14/03/2024

This March we'd love to offer you a chance to purchase some of our tried, tested and loved Creativity Kits!

These are wonderful for fostering open ended creativity in your nanny and child. Everything your nanny could need for completing Home Fun! We offer two different kits with age appropriate items - Baby Creativity kit or Toddler Creativity kit.

Click on the link to place your order: https://forms.gle/8g3DDrGbEKR6iFTq8.
Prices and contents of the kits can be viewed on the order form.

We have specially curated a list of our top toy categories to provide your child with stimulation for every area of development and endless hours of fun. We prefer toys that are open-ended and multi-functional. We also provide you with a FREE PDF to accompany your purchase to guide your nanny with activity ideas to get the most out of your toy. Prices and pictures of toys can be viewed on the order form.

Orders close 17 March 2024. https://forms.gle/8g3DDrGbEKR6iFTq8

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Visit our online course so that you can watch our webinar on-demand regarding why nanny care is a great child care option, how to find a nanny, upskill her, and handover to a nanny with peace of mind. Lots of downloads to help you every step of the way. www.goingbacktowork.co.za

10/05/2023

A lovely testimonial from Fridah. Our heart at Nanny 'n me is to inspire and empower these amazing woman ❤️

07/05/2023

Not sure about Nanny 'n me and what we are all about?!
Get in touch to book a free session! First session is FREE for EVERYONE

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A sneak peek inside our Garlington toddlers group! It's busy, it's noisy but we are learning and having SO much fun!

19/04/2023

Posting tins are such wonderful way to work on those small muscles in the hands 👐 best part is you can recycle tins and use them to create this activity!

14/04/2023

Starched thank you for creating beautiful dresses for our Nanny that make her feel beautiful and confident whilst still practical doing her day to day tasks. If any of you are looking for amazing quality uniforms head over to their page or website https://starched.co.za/

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What a fun start to our small muscle development block with our insects 🐞🪲🕷🐛

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Next week we are starting Block 3 : Small Muscle Development 🖐👀👅🦶 We can't wait to play and learn with our nannies and little ones. Below is a list of days and places of our baby and toddler groups in the midlands area!
Come and try out a FREE SESSION
[email protected]
063 517 8755

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Thank you to all those who joined us on Saturday for a morning of Easter Egg hunting and fun! 🐰🐥🥚

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With Easter just around the corner Nanny 'n me is hosting a fun family Easter Egg Hunt for everyone to enjoy at the Rotunda pop up market! 🐰 Rotunda Morning Pop-Up Market

Please save the date, bring your nannies and invite your friends and family (they do not need to be Nanny 'n me clients). The event will involve the following:
🐰A fun Easter Egg Hunt
🐰 Crafts and activities for little ones
🐰An opportunity to socialise and meet parents and kiddies from your groups

There is NO cost involved for the hunt and activities just bring yourselves and we will see you there!😄 There will be lots of other stalls and food at the market for you to enjoy! ☕

Please kindly let us know if you are joining by filling in the below google spreadsheet so we can be sure to have enough supplies for everyone.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScO4GQkI-aQmPJN5WmfyKJbtakNpb4rxdOSOwc4MD7Yjh4gqQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

We hope to see you there! 🐣🐰

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